Some resources that might be helpful as an introduction to PPI in research are below.
An introduction to PPI
- Briefing notes for researchers: involving the public in NHS, public health and social care research
- National Institute for Health Research. Patient and public involvement in health and social care research: A handbook for researchers by design services London
- NHS Health Research Authority Principles for PPI
- Young Researchers: Guidance
- Young Researchers: Toolkit
Standards for PPI
Budgeting for PPI
- PPI Ignite Network at DCU Budgeting for PPI advice
- Payment Guidance For Researchers and Professionals [Internet]. National Institute for Health Research; 2020. Available here.
Writing a lay abstract/Writing in plain English
- NALA seminar
- NALA’s plain English resources on our website Simply Put.
- The plain English checklist for documents
- Writing and Design tips
- NALA’s definition of plain English.
- You can use the Hemingway app to check the reading level of your lay abstract- you want it to be 9 or below.
- The English Vocabulary Profile checks the level of English required to understand specific words and suggests alternatives.
Reporting and evaluating PPI
- Staniszewska S, Brett J, Simera I, Seers K, Mockford C, Goodlad S, et al. GRIPP2 reporting checklists: tools to improve reporting of patient and public involvement in research. BMJ [Internet]. 2017;358. Available from: http://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/358/bmj.j3453.full.pdf
- Boivin A, L’Espérance A, Gauvin F-P, Dumez V, Macaulay AC, Lehoux P, et al. Patient and public engagement in research and health system decision making: A systematic review of evaluation tools. Health Expectations [Internet]. [cited 2018 Aug 1];0(0). Available from: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/hex.12804
- Brett J, Staniszewska S, Mockford C, Herron‐Marx S, Hughes J, Tysall C, et al. Mapping the impact of patient and public involvement on health and social care research: a systematic review. Health Expectations. 2012;
PPI Ignite Network at DCU Seminar Recordings
- An Introduction to PPI (DCU PPI Ignite)
- PPI in grant applications (HRB)
- Developing a PPI project (Liam MacGabhann and Brendan)
- Communicating with patients, the public and patient organisations (Avril Kennan, HRCI and Laura Brady, Fighting Blindness)
- The who, how, what and why of PPI (Gary Hickey, INVOLVE)
- Writing a lay abstract (Sean Driver, NALA)
- Budgeting for PPI (Lucy Whiston, PPI Ignite Network at DCU)
- PPI principles in the co-design of an adolescent health literacy intervention
- PPI examples from PPI Ignite Network at DCU Partners
PPI with children and young people 2021 seminar recordings
- A rights based approach to PPI with children and young people
- Developing and operating a young person advisory group
- Participatory health research with children and young people
- PPI with children and young people through the TUSLA independent ethics committee
PPI with children and young people 2022 seminar recordings
- Practical techniques and participatory methods for embedding children and young people’s involvement in health and social care research
- Process of establishing the Young Person's Advisory Group at the National Children's Cancer Service
- Research and data project examining the lives of children in care and adults who were in care as children: planning for the inclusion of public and patient involvement
Follow @PPI_Ignite_DCU for links to helpful resources and events e.g. PPI in Research Seminar Series
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